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Biatz Premier in Rehearsals @ KDT

Biatz Premier in Rehearsals @ KDT

The cast is set and rehearsals are underway for the world premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’s “Vicuña,” with previews beginning October 23 and opening set for October 30, 2016, at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre. Directed by Robert Egan, “Vicuña” plays through November 20. The cast includes, in alphabetical order, Linda Gehringer, Brian George, Harry Groener, Ramiz Monsef and [...]

SRTS Adds to Success with Classes for Adults and Kids

SRTS Adds to Success with Classes for Adults and Kids

The City-wide Safe Routes to School Program has been busy working with school committees establishing walk and bike to school programs, providing on-campus safety education at the elementary schools, hosting community events like family rides and the Walk ‘n Roll Festival and working with City staff and the Culver City Police Department to find effective solutions to increasing safety. The goal [...]

Alzheimer’s & Brain Health – Oct. 1 @ Senior Center

Alzheimer’s & Brain Health – Oct. 1 @ Senior Center

Our risk for memory loss increases as we age. What can we do now to keep our brains healthy? Are there foods that we can eat that will help our memory? What do we do if we see signs of memory loss? These questions and more will be answered at a free community forum to be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m, at the Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Ave., Culver City, [...]

Heidi Duckler Dance Theater “What Does it Mean to Be King? “

Heidi Duckler Dance Theater “What Does it Mean to Be King? “

Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre will premiere new series at long dormant Chinatown theater Company’s new work asks the question: “What does it mean to be King?” For the first time in 20 years, audiences will fill Chinatown’s King Hing Theater, but not to screen a film. Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre will premiere a new work, When I Am King, in the long dormant space once rumored to be days [...]

These Women Mean Business

These Women Mean Business

Imagine 100 women from the United States meeting with 100 women from the Caribbean to explore how they might support each other in business. That is the objective of the These Women Mean Business! Trade Exploration, taking place in the Caribbean Islands, May 2017. Two ambitious and enterprising women, began a casual conversation at a Maryland conference in May. The conversation revealed [...]

“Everyone Behaves Badly” @ Julian Dixon Sept. 29

“Everyone Behaves Badly” @ Julian Dixon Sept. 29

Lesley Blume, author of Everybody Behaves Badly will be speaking about her book and the relationship between Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald at the library tomorrow night, Thursday, September 29. She will be speaking at 6:30. You don't need to have read the book to attend. It is a perfect complement to West of Sunset, the OneBookOneCity reading selection for the Culver City Centennial. [...]

FAA Will Discuss SoCal Metroplex Oct 20 @ Culver City

FAA Will Discuss SoCal Metroplex Oct 20 @ Culver City

A community meeting on the FAA’s SoCal Metroplex Environmental Assessment is scheduled for Thursday October 20, 2016 from 6:30-8pm in the Culver City Council chambers at Culver City City Hall, 9770 Culver Blvd. According to the FAA, the SoCal Metroplex project is intended to improve the efficiency of the airspace in Southern California by optimizing aircraft arrival and departure procedures [...]

Coffee With a Cop – Coming Up

Coffee With a Cop – Coming Up

Join the Culver City Police Department for coffee and conversation at "Coffee with a Cop" on Thursday October 13th. The event will be held at the new Starbucks located at 6150 Slauson Ave. (next to the soon to be opened Trader Joe's) in the Westfield Culver City Mall parking lot. Complimentary coffee will be served starting at 8:30 am.  

Walk & Rollers “Wheels & Heels” Classes Registering Now

Walk & Rollers “Wheels & Heels” Classes Registering Now

Walk & Rollers is excited to announce Wheels & Heels: Bicycle and Pedestration Safety Workshops for the whole family! These FREE, interactive and fun classes are designed to help get you walking and rolling more often and more safely. Lead by trained instructors, they include class time as well as on street time – either on foot or on bike. We are offering classes for adults and [...]

Big Brother is Alive and Well at Ivy Station – Actors Gang’s “1984”

Big Brother is Alive and Well at Ivy Station – Actors Gang’s  “1984”

  The dystopian world Orwell created has been declared reality in movies, plays and productions repeatedly in the 67 years since it was printed.  The current production of “1984” by the Actors’ Gang, an adaption by Michael Gene Sullivan, is the latest version of totalitarian reality. Watching Pierre Adeli (Winston Smith) rail alone against the combined techniques of mind [...]

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